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Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Modern Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences
No matter how bizarre and unreal myths may be they embody extraordinary power and influence. Undoubtedly, myths also possess some measure of historical authenticity. One of the first women in western history to be cloaked in the mantle of fame and mystery was Mary Magdalene. She emerges as a semi-mythical figure. However, judging by the spiritual message of love she instils into the hearts of millions of Christian believers, and by viewing the thousands of works of art evoking her supposeddoi:10.33422/2nd.icmhs.2019.11.710 fatcat:wxqty442rjc4vfkaxqpomr6ruy